The placenta(s) of a twin pregnancy; if dizygotic, the placenta's may be separate or fused, the latter retaining two amniotic and two chorionic sacs (dichorionic diamniotic placenta); if monozygotic, the placenta may be a
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... tissue, not an embryo). They abort it, and its normally fertilized twin. I fail to see what would be quite earth-shattering. Would you care ... is thus proved, then I would point that sperm making an incomplete placenta that abort itself, or eliminated by the doctor, is far from being ...
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